Can’t Delete A Corrupted File?

Can’t delete a damaged file?

Enter CMD in the search. In the search results, right-click Command Prompt and select Run as administrator. In the command prompt window, type chkdsk /f h: (h represents your hard drive) and press Enter. Delete the corrupted file and check if the same error occurs.

How to delete a damaged and unreadable file?

Even if your files are damaged, unreadable, or corrupted, you can sometimes delete them by clicking the Delete button, pressing Shift + Delete, or even dragging them to the Trash.

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